Newquay Airport offers flights to Dublin.

Newquay Airport has recently secured another airline to fly to and from the airport. It is great news that Aer Lingus (Regional) will begin a new service to Dublin from May 2015 operating up to five-times weekly.  The new service brings a new Airline brand and destination to the Airport and signifies the dawn of a new commercial relationship with Aer Lingus.  Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, is targeting 20,000 passengers in the first year.

Passengers will depart Newquay Cornwall Airport arriving in Dublin. Initially, there will be four flights per week – Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday – increasing to five flights per week – Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday – in the peak summer months, from 27 June to 5 September 2015.

This is indeed excellent news and builds on the success of securing flights to and from London Gatwick and the much-needed Passenger Service Obligation.

 

 

One comment

  • Fred

    Why should the tax payer subsidise the airport. The Council shouldn’t be financing it while other services are being cut. Poor administration by the council. Makes there budget laughable when you can’t even support the local community college.

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